We used the world's most advanced language model to write a powerful, coherent book on philosophy, AI ethics, and science.
Many prominent figures have attempted to answer the question of what, if anything, makes life meaningful, although they typically have not put it in these terms. Consider, for example, Aristotle on the human function, Aquinas on the beatific vision, and Kant on the highest good.
The algorithm translates words (human language) into lists of numbers called vectors (machine language).
The vectors are then improved by using transformer architecture to cluster together similar words.
The algorithm predicts the next word in a sentence. We then repeat this thousands of times to get a book.